HMS Royal William (1833)  (2nd)
1st Rate 120-gun

This the second ship to carry the name HMS Royal William was a first rate, 120-gun, ship-of-the-line.

Built at Pembroke Dock, launched 02-Apr-1833, 167ft 6in long, 47ft wide and of 2,694 tons builders measurement.

Conversion to a screw ship completed 09-Feb-1860, with a reduced armament of 72-guns.

Renamed the training ship HMS Clarence 1885.

Burned by accident 26-Jul-1899 at the River Mersey.

Won the Battle Honour: Baltic 1854.


Other HMS Royal William
- 1st  HMS Royal William
- 2nd HMS Royal William

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This page last edited - 30 November, 2012.

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